Muskie Taylor Croswell tied up Dryden Eagles' defender Katelyn Sillery while teammate Jillian Calder tried to dig the puck free during Fort High's 4-1 win in the opener of the NorWOSSA girls' hockey final last night at the Ice For Kids Arena. Calder scored twice to help the Muskies inch closer to an OFSAA berth.
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Head coach Jordan Sinclair wasn't all that pleased with how the Muskie boys' hockey team played in its 4-1 victory over the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints in Game 1 of their best-of-three NorWOSSA semi-final last Wednesday night at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).
Rookie Muskie goalie Darian Klem spread out on all fours in order to keep the puck from entering his net during the black-and-gold's 4-1 win over the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints in Game 1 of their NorWOSSA semi-final last Wednesday night at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).
Bennet MacDonald of Borderland Judo Club, right, tried his best to stay on his feet against Joshua Pitt of J&M Judo in Kenora during the pair's match at the local organization's third-annual home meet Saturday afternoon at the Couchiching multi-use facility.
The Muskie girls' hockey team is locked and loaded in anticipation of its best-of-three NorWOSSA final versus the Dryden Eagles that begins tonight at the Ice For Kids Arena.
The first-place Muskies head into the series after showing no mercy to the fourth-place Kenora Broncos in sweeping their best-of-three semi-final last week, outscoring them by a combined 32-0 over the two games.
Muskie Reece McQuaker did her best to try to put one past Kenora Broncos' goalie Carlee Holmstrom during Fort High's 14-0 romp in Game 1 of the NorWOSSA girls' hockey semi-final last Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. Fort High swept the series 2-0 and now will face the Dryden Eagles in the best-of-three final that begins here tonight.
Muskie defenceman Jace Jackson and Matthew Favreau of the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints had their worlds collide during Fort High's 4-1 win in Game 1 of the NorWOSSA boys' hockey semi-final last Wednesday night at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena). The Muskies swept the series 2-0 and now will face the Sioux Lookout Warriors in the best-of-three final that begins Thursday at 7:15 p.m.
As former Muskie Hailey Beaudry puts it, “there's only room to improve.”
The Fort Frances Lakers will need to invest in some battle armour if their last game against the English River Miners is any indication of what's in store for the upcoming first-round SIJHL playoff series between the two squads.
The Miners are a hard-working, in-your-face style of team that tries their best to get under the skin of the opponent.
The Fort Frances Youth Fishing Team would like to be a successful program within the next few months.
But they'll need some help from the community if they are to accomplish that goal.